Saturday, June 5, 2021

What is on my Craft room table today...


Thanks So Much for stopping by!

Welcome, for those who are here for the first time, 
my name is Annette Ball I am an independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in Canada 

I am so thrilled to be a part of the Ink . Stamp . Share Blog Hop! Thanks to Jo Blackman for inviting me to participate.  Isn't she great?  She makes the prettiest cards doesn't she?

Today's Theme is anything I want!

I just Love the Hand Penned Bundle. And when I die cut this intricate piece a bunch of the pieces stayed in place and I had a n idea...I took each piece and coloured them individually with my sponge daubers.  Then flipped them over on my piercing matt and using the stylus end of my take your pick tool I shaped them all.  I adhered the main piece with liquid glue to the Evening Evergreen cardstock (4 1/8 x 5 3/8") I had already embossed with the Painted Texture 3D embossing folder.
Each piece of the flower was placed with a dimensional to give the flower more lift.
I cut out extra leaves with the soft succulent shimmer vellum.
I also cut out a few extra flowers to fill in the bouquet.
The sentiment is on a shape from the Scalloped Contours dies
And I finished the card off with some Loose Flower Flourishes 
and the Pale Papaya & White ribbon

I hope you enjoyed my cards today and that you will keep hopping to see what everyone else has been working on!! 

Have a Beautiful Weekend!!

Happy Stampin!!


  1. Beautiful, so vibrant love the colors you chose.

  2. Best card of the hop. I love this bundle as well and the idea of using the pieces and adding more die cuts is terrific.

  3. Simply Stunning technique - thank you for sharing with us

  4. Gorgeous card Annette, love all the textures x

  5. So on my wish list now !! Pretty card


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